What is Vitamin D recommendations for each age?

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This is a discussion question needs 200 words answer and reference if this is not in your own word.

What are the benefits and risk of Vitamin D? What is Vitamin D recommendations for each age?

What are the benefits and risk of Vitamin D?

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This is a discussion question needs 200 words answer and reference if this is not in your own word.

What are the benefits and risk of Vitamin D? What is Vitamin D recommendations for each age?

Explain the importance of planning, control, and decision making as a manager.

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In a 4-5 page paper, please provide the following:

  • Explain the importance of planning, control, and decision making as a manager.
  • Use 1-2 examples to stress the importance of each function relating to managerial accounting.
  • As a managerial accountant, discuss how you would apply these methods in a manufacturing firm.
  • Be sure that the paper has no spelling or grammatical errors.
  • APA

Define environmental policy and discuss the contributions of science, ethics, and economics towards formulating environmental policy.

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1. Capitalist market systems operate according to neoclassical economics: supply/demand. Explain how the assumptions of neoclassical economics contribute to environmental degradation. (2 pts)

2.State the difference between GDP and GPI? Which one accounts for the true cost? (1 pt.)

3. Define environmental policy and discuss the contributions of science, ethics, and economics towards formulating environmental policy. (3 pts)

4. Describe the three major approaches to environmental policy. (2)

5. A. If Canada has stricter laws for environmental protection than Mexico, and if these laws limit Mexico’s ability to export its goods to Canada, then by WTO policy Canada’s laws could be overruled in the name of free trade. Do you think this is fair? (1 pt)

B. Now consider that Canada is wealthier than Mexico and that Mexico could use an economic boost. Does this affect how you would respond?

State the difference between GDP and GPI?

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1. Capitalist market systems operate according to neoclassical economics: supply/demand. Explain how the assumptions of neoclassical economics contribute to environmental degradation. (2 pts)

2.State the difference between GDP and GPI? Which one accounts for the true cost? (1 pt.)

3. Define environmental policy and discuss the contributions of science, ethics, and economics towards formulating environmental policy. (3 pts)

4. Describe the three major approaches to environmental policy. (2)

5. A. If Canada has stricter laws for environmental protection than Mexico, and if these laws limit Mexico’s ability to export its goods to Canada, then by WTO policy Canada’s laws could be overruled in the name of free trade. Do you think this is fair? (1 pt)

B. Now consider that Canada is wealthier than Mexico and that Mexico could use an economic boost. Does this affect how you would respond?

Explain how the assumptions of neoclassical economics contribute to environmental degradation.

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1. Capitalist market systems operate according to neoclassical economics: supply/demand. Explain how the assumptions of neoclassical economics contribute to environmental degradation. (2 pts)

2.State the difference between GDP and GPI? Which one accounts for the true cost? (1 pt.)

3. Define environmental policy and discuss the contributions of science, ethics, and economics towards formulating environmental policy. (3 pts)

4. Describe the three major approaches to environmental policy. (2)

5. A. If Canada has stricter laws for environmental protection than Mexico, and if these laws limit Mexico’s ability to export its goods to Canada, then by WTO policy Canada’s laws could be overruled in the name of free trade. Do you think this is fair? (1 pt)

B. Now consider that Canada is wealthier than Mexico and that Mexico could use an economic boost. Does this affect how you would respond?

How does the safety/hazard analysis relate to the FMECA ( Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis) it at all

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Subject-SYSTEM ENGINEERING METHODS

5 REFERENCES MANDATORY

very important NO plagiarism

ANSWER EACH EVERY QUESTION IN DETAIL BE IN CONCEPT

1.Describe what is meant by human factors.Why is it important to consider human factors in design? When in the system life cycle should it be considered and why?

2. Describe the process that leads to the identification of the human functional requirements in the performance of system operation and maintenance.

3. Describe each of the following in detail and provide an example of the relationship to system design:

(a) Anthropometric factors

(b) Human sensory factors

4Describe each of the following, along with its purpose, application, and the information acquired through its application:

(a) Operator task analysis (OTA)

(b) Operational sequence diagram (OSD)

(c) Error analysis

(d) Safety/hazard analysis

5. How does the OTA (Operator task analysis) relate to the MTA(maintenance task analysis) it at all?

6. How does the safety/hazard analysis relate to the FMECA ( Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis) it at all

7 Define life-cycle cost in your own words. What is included (excluded)?

8. What is meant by DTC(Design to Cost)? When in the system life cycle should it be applied? How does it relate to the TPMs( technical performance measures) if at all?

9. Why is life-cycle costing important?

10.Describe the steps involved in accomplishing a life-cycle cost analysis

Describe the steps involved in accomplishing a life-cycle cost analysis

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Subject-SYSTEM ENGINEERING METHODS

5 REFERENCES MANDATORY

very important NO plagiarism

ANSWER EACH EVERY QUESTION IN DETAIL BE IN CONCEPT

1.Describe what is meant by human factors.Why is it important to consider human factors in design? When in the system life cycle should it be considered and why?

2. Describe the process that leads to the identification of the human functional requirements in the performance of system operation and maintenance.

3. Describe each of the following in detail and provide an example of the relationship to system design:

(a) Anthropometric factors

(b) Human sensory factors

4Describe each of the following, along with its purpose, application, and the information acquired through its application:

(a) Operator task analysis (OTA)

(b) Operational sequence diagram (OSD)

(c) Error analysis

(d) Safety/hazard analysis

5. How does the OTA (Operator task analysis) relate to the MTA(maintenance task analysis) it at all?

6. How does the safety/hazard analysis relate to the FMECA ( Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis) it at all

7 Define life-cycle cost in your own words. What is included (excluded)?

8. What is meant by DTC(Design to Cost)? When in the system life cycle should it be applied? How does it relate to the TPMs( technical performance measures) if at all?

9. Why is life-cycle costing important?

10.Describe the steps involved in accomplishing a life-cycle cost analysis

Why is life-cycle costing important?

Question description

Subject-SYSTEM ENGINEERING METHODS

5 REFERENCES MANDATORY

very important NO plagiarism

ANSWER EACH EVERY QUESTION IN DETAIL BE IN CONCEPT

1.Describe what is meant by human factors.Why is it important to consider human factors in design? When in the system life cycle should it be considered and why?

2. Describe the process that leads to the identification of the human functional requirements in the performance of system operation and maintenance.

3. Describe each of the following in detail and provide an example of the relationship to system design:

(a) Anthropometric factors

(b) Human sensory factors

4Describe each of the following, along with its purpose, application, and the information acquired through its application:

(a) Operator task analysis (OTA)

(b) Operational sequence diagram (OSD)

(c) Error analysis

(d) Safety/hazard analysis

5. How does the OTA (Operator task analysis) relate to the MTA(maintenance task analysis) it at all?

6. How does the safety/hazard analysis relate to the FMECA ( Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis) it at all

7 Define life-cycle cost in your own words. What is included (excluded)?

8. What is meant by DTC(Design to Cost)? When in the system life cycle should it be applied? How does it relate to the TPMs( technical performance measures) if at all?

9. Why is life-cycle costing important?

10.Describe the steps involved in accomplishing a life-cycle cost analysis

How does the OTA (Operator task analysis) relate to the MTA(maintenance task analysis) it at all?

Question description

Subject-SYSTEM ENGINEERING METHODS

5 REFERENCES MANDATORY

very important NO plagiarism

ANSWER EACH EVERY QUESTION IN DETAIL BE IN CONCEPT

1.Describe what is meant by human factors.Why is it important to consider human factors in design? When in the system life cycle should it be considered and why?

2. Describe the process that leads to the identification of the human functional requirements in the performance of system operation and maintenance.

3. Describe each of the following in detail and provide an example of the relationship to system design:

(a) Anthropometric factors

(b) Human sensory factors

4Describe each of the following, along with its purpose, application, and the information acquired through its application:

(a) Operator task analysis (OTA)

(b) Operational sequence diagram (OSD)

(c) Error analysis

(d) Safety/hazard analysis

5. How does the OTA (Operator task analysis) relate to the MTA(maintenance task analysis) it at all?

6. How does the safety/hazard analysis relate to the FMECA ( Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis) it at all

7 Define life-cycle cost in your own words. What is included (excluded)?

8. What is meant by DTC(Design to Cost)? When in the system life cycle should it be applied? How does it relate to the TPMs( technical performance measures) if at all?

9. Why is life-cycle costing important?

10.Describe the steps involved in accomplishing a life-cycle cost analysis